Skip to comments.One Of The World’s Biggest Charities Funds Guards Who Have Tortured And Killed People
Posted on 03/04/2019 4:30:13 PM PST by OddLane
Down the road from the crocodile ponds inside Nepals renowned Chitwan National Park, in a small clearing shaded by sala trees, sits a jail. Hira Chaudhary went there one summer night with boiled green maize and chicken for her husband, Shikharam, a farmer who had been locked up for two days.
Shikharam was in too much pain to swallow. He crawled toward Hira, his thin body covered in bruises, and told her through sobs that forest rangers were torturing him. They beat him mercilessly and put saltwater in his nose and mouth, Hira later told police...
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It’s okay when leftists torture and kill people because they’re SAVING THE PLANET!!
What’s a few dead people when you’re trying to save a planet, right?
They need more of these guys to deal with rhino and elephant poachers.
It’s a shocking story, if true. But Buzzfeed has damaged its credibility with it’s nevertrump fake news.
The best thing the WWF could do to stop poaching is to support legal hunting and all the revenue that comes with it for everyone, including the locals, but that they will never do.
You are correct. Legal hunting would mean the animals would be valuable to the villagers, instead of pests that only destroy their crops.
Of course, that would mean the government would have to encourage the villagers to have a say in management, and share in the profits.
I worked with a young man from Kenya several years ago. He said that he and his father hunted and ate pretty much anything that moved, there. Rural people there, are subsistence farners/hunters.
I was pick pocketed on a bus from Khatmandu to Pokhara. I saw the kid take the $1.50 out of my pocket.
He was taken to the police station where they put him I’m in leg shackles and started beating him with a yellow nylon braided rope.
Three days later, I stopped in as instructed: “So sorry, sahib, we beat him for two days but could not get your $1.50 back. “
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